A 47-year-old non-Hispanic white woman presents to the clinic with a history of a chest lesion for several years. The lesion consists of grouped 1-mm erythematous papules with surrounding annular erythema with a diameter of 1 cm. The lesion is painless and nonpruritic. She does not know exactly when the lesion first appeared, but she first noticed it several years ago. She reports that it may have grown slightly since that time. She has not tried any topical medications.
Can you diagnose the condition in Case 2?
A. Tinea corporis
B. Primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
C. Granuloma annulare
D. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
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